Specification Identification

Specification Identification

Our professional designs start with a well communicated agreement of the work required to solve the problem. Our Specifications Document shows the work, the milestones, and schedule to completion.

Hardware Design

Hardware Design

Once the Specifications Document is finalized, hardware design begins which realizes the system described. Depending on the intelligence and or autonomy of the system an integrated chip (IC) is selected to perform the functionality. ICs require secondary circuitry design in order to support their functionality: like a mother board of a desktop computer supporting the central processing unit. Hardware prototypes are designed with testable circuits to identify specification achievement, a milestone within the project.

Starting at the specifications stage of design a client may only require hardware prototypes with supporting documents.

Firmware Design

Firmware Design

Integrated circuits (IC) often require configuration or programming with a binary file, composed of 1’s and 0’s.  The configuration of an IC defines its functionality. The functionality predetermined at the specification stage allows the firmware design to begin shortly after the hardware design. Firmware, like a hardware prototype, is designed with testing functionality which identifies specification achievement, which could be one of the agreed upon milestone.

We are able to configure an impressive variety of ICs for a wide range of functionality complete with supporting documentation which may be all the client requires.

Software / Network/Wireless Communication

Software / Network/Wireless Communication

Today’s system designs are connected into a network adding extreme value by giving rise to real time data analysis, system agility through hardware configuration, and system security. System design, at the onset, takes into account network communication forming packets of internal information necessary to be transmitted by a network. The system design also parses incoming packets of information to be processed for some specified function. We design with standards and protocols of network communication which places the system at the fingertips of the user.

We have created localized networked systems and connected our system designs to the World Wide Web utilizing proprietary radio, WiFi, Bluetooth, and cellular communication. The information transmitted has been made available through our web, and android smart phone applications.

System Identification

System Identification

Many mature and existing mechanical, electrical, optical, and or chemical systems have been in place and just work without any current mathematical model. However, it is always the case that they can benefit from more efficient operation to reach peak performance, or by adding functionality; doing so requires good mathematical models for good system design outcomes. These systems can be approximated mathematically with a one to one relationship between the input and the resulting output. Electrical systems are often mathematically modeled by mapping the output frequency due to a input frequency and are called the frequency response of the system. Stimulating the input of the system with a signal composed of all frequencies results in an output of all the possibilities. Mapping the input to the output defines the frequency response of the electrical system. This technique with modification can be applied to all systems to produce a working mathematical model.